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Russian poultry farmers want more leeway on coccidiostats

  • 2 Oct 09:54

Russian poultry farmers want more leeway on coccidiostats Russian poultry producers have appealed to the Russian sanitary watchdog Rospotrebnadzor to withdraw unjustified restrictions on coccidiostat use. The Russian National Meat Association and the Russian Union of Poultry Farmers have filed a joint letter to Anna Popova, head of Rospotrebnadzor, asking that the existing sanitary regulations be adjusted and allow the use of coccidiostats – a group of drugs used for the treatment and prevention ofcoccidiosis– prior to slaughter. The Russian poultry producers argue that the current ban has undermined the average profitability in the sector for years. Zero-tolerance policy on coccidiostats. Read more...

Growth path for the Russian poultry industry

  • 30 Dec 11:09

Growth path for the Russian poultry industry International trade restrictions put in place by the international community in 2014 had a detrimental effect on Russian poultry imports. However, as a result the industry focused on increasing self-sufficiency. Sergey Lakhtyukhov, director general of the Russian Union of Poultry Producers says his industry is now geared for international growth. Russia has long struggled to increase self-sufficiency to meet its national poultry consumption demand. Now that problem has been tackled, what’s next? “Yes, we have managed to become self-sufficient in poultrymeat, even though we are only 12th in the world in terms of poultrymeat consumption per capita. Today,. Read more...

Global poultry markets: It’s smart to be different

  • 20 Jun 10:18

Global poultry markets: It’s smart to be different Predictions by Rabobank show that the market for slow growing broiler concepts will grow by 8% now up to 20% by 2025. During the 3rdHubbard premium forum in Barcelona I was asked to shed a light on the economics behind broiler production and alternative broiler segments. The bottom line is that it is smart to be different, to move away from the bulk market. At least when you are a producer in Europe, because our continent is really different from the rest of the world. EU: the most expensive production location Recently I worked on an extensive dataset, comparing production costs of all main poultry producing countries around the world. And there is only one. Read more...

Ukranian poultry producer MHP among those affected by Russian sanctions

  • 12 Nov 08:53

Ukranian poultry producer MHP among those affected by Russian sanctions Russia imposed financial sanctions on Ukraine's political elite on Thursday, freezing the Russian assets of hundreds of politicians and officials along with dozens of businesses owned by Ukrainian businessmen/ The sanctions were set out in a decree signed by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and were described as counter-sanctions drawn up in response to similar Ukrainian measures against Russian citizens and companies. The decree said 322 individuals and 68 businesses were targeted, including President Petro Poroshenko's son Olexiy, presidential contender Yulia Tymoshenko, the head of Ukraine's SBU security service Vasil Hrytsak, interior minister. Read more...

Russia's Cherkizovo finds no violations at poultry unit regulator calls unsafe

  • 10 Oct 08:41

Russia's Cherkizovo finds no violations at poultry unit regulator calls unsafe Meat producer Cherkizovo said on Thursday it had found no evidence of safety violations at one of its units which Russia's agricultural regulator said was unsafe and should be temporarily shut down. Rosselkhoznadzor said on Wednesday it had filed a lawsuit against Cherkizovo after findingSalmonellaand listeria bacteria in the affected unit's poultry products. It said it had asked a court to halt production at the site for up to 90 days and to stop sales of the unit's products. But Cherkizovo said on Thursday that its own specialists had found no violations of safety standards when they carried out an inspection on Wednesday. "According to the. Read more...

Resistant bacteria in intestinal tract linked to antibiotic usage

  • 13 Aug 10:05

Resistant bacteria in intestinal tract linked to antibiotic usage Levels of antibiotic resistance in the intestinal tracts of broilers and pigs are linked to antibiotic usage, according to the results of a pan-European study.The international team, which included scientists from Utrecht University and Wageningen Bioveterinary Research, found that the quantity and type of resistance genes present in the intestinal tracts differed according to the type of animal and country. The team visited 178 broiler and 181 pig farms in nine European Union countries, collecting more than 9,000 animal dung samples. Collecting data via DNA in dung They opted for a new approach to measuring resistance, collecting data via the DNA in the dung of. Read more...

Russia actively increasing the export of poultry meat

  • 20 Feb 10:10

Russia actively increasing the export of poultry meat The Russian poultry industry has been developing rapidly during the last several years, leading to a significant increase in its poultry meat production and satisfaction of the country's domestic needs for this product. The volume of production of poultry meat in Russia amounted to 4,087.4 thousand tons in slaughter weight (5,561.1 thousand tons in live weight) for the period of January to November 2017. Industrial production increased by 8.0percent as compared to the same period last year. The volume of poultry meat imports increased by 7.8 percent compared to the same period in 2016 and amounted to 92.6 thousand tons for the period from January to November. Read more...

Russian demand for meat on the rise

  • 23 Jan 10:46

Russian demand for meat on the rise Demand for meat in Russia has increased due to the decline of pork and chicken prices Meat production in Russia continues to grow steadily and the large-scale farms and corporate agricultural companies are the main contributors to this success. According to the EMEAT agency data, production volume of the main types of meat (pork, beef, poultry, lamb and goat) in Russia amounted to 7,048.2 thousand tons in slaughter weight for the period from January to November 2017, which is 7.1% or 465.2 thousand tons more than for the same period in 2016. As a result of eleven months of 2017, pork accounted for 35.1% of the total volume of industrial meat production, poultry for. Read more...

Azerbaijan Decided Not to Ban Poultry Meat Imports from Russia

  • 10 Jan 10:35

Azerbaijan Decided Not to Ban Poultry Meat Imports from Russia Azerbaijan does not import poultry meat and its products from the Kostroma region of Russia, where bird flu was detected, so there is no need to impose a ban on the imports of these products, said Yolchu Khanvali, head of the press service of the State Veterinary Control Service under the Agriculture Ministry of Azerbaijan. He toldTrend News AgencythatAzerbaijan imports poultry meat and its products from Turkey, Brazil and Ukraine, and eggs from Ukraine and Turkey. Azerbaijan imposed a temporary ban on the import of poultry meat and its products after bird flu was detected in March-April last year in Moscow and the surrounding areas. On 5 January 2018, Belarus imposed a. Read more...

Armenian Agency Bans Sale of Chicken Meat with Salmonella

  • 19 Dec 09:16

Armenian Agency Bans Sale of Chicken Meat with Salmonella Armenia’s State Food Safety Service has banned today the sale of several brands of chicken meat, which were found out to be infected with salmonella. According toARKA News Agency, the names of companies that supplied the dangerous chicken meat were announced by the head of the State Food Safety Service Ishkhan Karapetyan. They are the frozen chicken wings "Frangosul" and SEARA, produced in Brazil; frozen chicken breasts "Premium" produced in Russia; frozen chicken breasts "Qualiko" produced in Ukraine; frozen broiler chicken "Mirotorg" produced in Russia. Apart from banning their sale, the State Food Safety Service. Read more...